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Re: Suicide Sigismund

Posted by Gabbee on June 13, 2008, at 3:29:32

In reply to Re: Suicide AbbieNormal, posted by Sigismund on June 12, 2008, at 22:49:03

I often feel the same way.
I would not expect anyone to live a life they felt was unendurable. Selfish? Sometimes. Sometimes it's a sincere belief that those around them would be better off without them.
all the words in the world can't change that feeling.

Anger? at the loss but not at the person.
Maybe it's selfish to expect someone to live through, what by their standard is unendurable.

I have had personal experience with it but still feel that way. I don't find it romantic or glorified. When I think of that I think of romanticized lovers (Romeo and Juliet) high school teenage sweethearts. I don't think of years of pain and terror, hospitals, and pills, finally the loss of any hope, I don't see romance or glory there.


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